Bill Ellis: International Speaker

Powerful – Relevant – Actionable

Bill is known for speaking about the power of branding to groups ranging from his local chamber to a business summit in Abu Dhabi – from his local AMA to international clients. He is successful as a speaker due in large part to his direct and humorous style. He draws from his experience in coaching, branding and marketing for individuals, small business and entrepreneurs along with a branding career in corporate America as the basis of his talks. What truly sets him apart is that he has personally lived the essence of each of his topics. Bill brings a practicality which is both meaningful and actionable. Importantly, his genuine approach and open nature creates a connection with his audience.

What’s the Point?

Purpose, Passion, and Persistence

Get ready to be challenged! What’s the Point? is a question that will have you questioning yourself like never before. What’s your purpose? Yes? What’s the Point? Have you embraced your passion? Does it fuel your purpose? Are you able to sustain that passion and evolve your purpose? What’s the Point?

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Walk in Your Value

Personal Branding The Go-Giver™ Way

In this talk, Bill combines the philosophy of The Go-Giver with his branding pillar principles to deliver a truly unique perspective on how giving value creates happiness and success. As a certified Go-Giver coach and speaker, Bill delves into the philosophy of Bob Burg and John David Mann’s international best selling book. The authors created this seemingly simple parable – referred to as a “Little Story About a Powerful Business Idea” – which provides the keys to achieving stratospheric success.

Bill delivers the essence and richness of The Go-Giver in a style and perspective all his own. He brings the story to life – your life – in a meaningful and relevant way. Personal branding and the Five Laws of Stratospheric Success are discussed in a manner which easily translates to you finding happiness and success in everyday life and business.

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Listening is Your Super Power

Communicating to Achieve Powerful Results

Poor communication is the issue mentioned most often in response to questions about problems in companies, organizations, and relationships.

What is the reason for this? Typically, our communication cycle is incomplete. Most are quick to deliver their message, but too often it is not delivered effectively. More so, the assumption that people are listening to actually understand, is all too often wrong.

This quote, by William H. Whyte in a 1950 article in Fortune magazine, sums up the single biggest problem in communication. “The great enemy of communication, we find, is the illusion of it.” He goes on to say “We have talked enough; but we have not listened. And by not listening we have failed to concede the immense complexity of our society–and thus the great gaps between ourselves and those with whom we seek understanding.”

Communication is part art and part science. In this talk, Bill addresses both of those aspects. He delivers actionable, effective, and proven ways to be a better listener and to be better heard.

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The Five Behaviors of a Cohesive Team

From Trust to Results

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What THEY are saying…

“I liked his passion.”

“…his humorous style delivers his message in a very meaningful and relatable manner…

“Bill is a direct speaker who motivated me…”

“… a meaningful message which is so doable…

“Bill provided great value. There was so much I learned today. Thank you.”

“I have the good fortune of a great job. Bill’s talk has impacted how I will spend my energy and focus to relate better to people and my company.”

“Bill delivered a practical approach to branding providing the perspective, purpose and passion that I needed to get unstuck!”

“Great job Bill.”

“This talk gave me concrete thinking and methods to fully realize the success I desire.”

“Bill is a great guide for finding and clarifying your brand.”

“Magnetic” … “Powerful” … “Direct” … “Trustworthy” … “Genuine” … “Passionate” … “Compassionate” … “Relatable” … “Articulate” … “Effective” … “Humorous”